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California 9, Jerry Brown 7, Napa 3, San Francisco 3, At&t 2, Ricardo 2, Santa Rosa 2, U.s. 2, Us 2, Antioch 2, Efren Valdemoro 2, Cnn 2, Gayle 1, Cheryl 1, Christine Connolly 1, Archer 1, Hamilton 1, Sheen 1, Anda 1, Reuters 1,
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    September 9, 2010
    4:00 - 4:30pm PDT  

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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 news at 4:00 p.m. >> anonymous flies in circulating among muni for a four day sick out on september 14th. as christine connolly explains the muni says it is just a rumor but officials are preparing, just in case. >> this is a flyer that says muni are orders to " it is time to take the stand to call in six, september 14th-17 poll of readerand the operators are reqd to not come to work and if we do not come to work?... the flier talks about changes to procedures and a new $80 per
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month for employees. this is what muni had to say about the anonymous flyer. >> we are concerned, aware of the situation and taking we will be aware, and will be ready. >> and a confirmed rumors that there is a sickout. >> puny is winking plans if a sickout could take on question- the could take on muni. and other agencies, like ac transit if a sickout--occurs. and commuters could see cancellations. potentially, this to be no service for some parts of the city. we are going to work extremely hard that we will not interrupt service. >> they sent a memo to the muni drivers said it would violate the city charter. >> dan kerman spoke to a union leaders and to passengers about the potential for a muni set out this is what i had to say.
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>> have you heard anything about this sick ? >> have you heard anything about this sick out? >> nothing, nothing. >> the rep. >> we do not support any sec out, or anything for that matter. >> and the union says the of problems with policy changes, and they're challenging those to the proper legal channels. sick out is not the right to go and get this letter has been distributed to drivers to let them know. >> and we need to stick together, and our priority is to give service to our communities. >> and for those people use the public transportation, the reaction is as anticipated. >> it would impact me as i could not go to work, or pickup my children.
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>> a real inconvenience to a lot of people in muni is so difficult i would be late for work, opponents,, everything. it is my primary form of transportation so i need it. >> how this all shakes out is anybody's guess and will not know until monday. and how many buses hit the road and how many drivers show up for work. in san francisco. >> today, we asked our viewers on facebook what they thought about safe sick out and kimberly sakamoto? >> pamela, overwhelmingly, they thought that if this were to happen next week there would not be on the driver's side. let us look. patrick wrote to this. [reading}
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>> as you can see, a lot of people would like to take the muni drivers jobs. to read all about those of drivers on the meaning sick out www.kron.com ♪ >> a live outside from our mount pam cam this afternoon. you can see those sunny skies to most of the bay area. a few lingering patches of clouds. for the most part, sun and ice conditions and less wind is what fuels, warmer. 75 degrees in santa rosa, 77 degrees in napa, still cool at 57 degrees in half moon bay. inland, upper 70's for the most part in the south bay, 74 degrees in san jose this afternoon. overall, temperatures are up in every bay area spot except for half moon bay. with
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five degree increase in san francisco, napa, fearful of, fremont. other inland areas are nine degrees up in livermore and eight degrees warmer in hayward. tonight/tomorrow we are seeing some patchy fog along the coastline. that will become a more uniform overnight. the fog will reformulate along the coastline and tomorrow, dense. and that will be mainly close to the coast. the sunshine will continue in temperatures to near normal this weekend but a cool down into next week. your complete extended forecast is just a few moments away. >> now, our developing story the multiple murders investigators still come to an east bay land felill refusing to search for frederick sales after his father, ricardo sales they believe that he was blundered to death by efren valdemoro and he is also allegedly responsible
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for four other murders. and he was killed by c h p last week ever a high-speed chase. the will tran anh was at the landfill, and seventh day. >> and investigators from the hercules police department for another a 11 hour day at the keller canyon land fill to reason why because those workers of the business park reportedly smelled a stench coming from one of these containers. efren valdemoro used to work as a security guard in this business park. and 30 year-old efren valdemoro is accused of killing ricardo sales and they both got into a fight with efren valdemoro and left visible bruises on his face. reporting from the point, will tran,
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>> and me mall, charles rittenhouse is charged with-- meanwhile, has posted bail. from the 8 $2 million, to $25,000. the possession of explosives. and our continuing coverage will continue on of one of this story. www.kron.com >> and a christian minister i40 cancellehas cancelled this, anda dangerous stunt. it could imperil u.s. troops, abroad and even provoke a suicide bombers. the u.s. police organization issued a hornwort of a strong likelihood of violent attacks in that took place. to take a live look at this 680/24 traffic. it
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is sluggish and both directions. we will be back. there is much more news, ahead. rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we havto live within our means; we have to return power
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>> >> a new fast lane for the east bay highway for commuters. however, using the new express line could cause a price, and the price. >> and the southbound, this is what you need to know for the express lane. monday, september 20th, five a m-8:00 p.m., the hov line will be a toll lane for fastrak. if you'd like to avoid traffic on the 14 mi. stretch of southbound 680? starting at highway 84 and ending at highway 237. it will cost between 30¢ at off-peak hours and up to $6 during the heavy commute hours. carpool can still use that at no cost however they need to put the fastrak transponder in one of these static shield back
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south to prevent from being charged in short driver drives under these electronic told reuters. the chp says the violators will receive a ticket, where it $381! haaziq madyun >> and a look of our extended forecast and it is going to be a continuing warming. and threw out the weekend however a cool down expected for next week. for complete forecast coming up in just a few minutes.
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but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth.
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♪ >> the new details on the three of the uc-berkeley that have been detained in th wrong of charges of entering, illegally. and iran today, they are going to release cheryl and the woman, and according to our family, serious medical conditions! she will be released on at the celebration of the islamic holiday, ramadan. no word yet on the other two
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gentlemen. and they are happy that they she is released but it is difficult but she is living fiancee, and a friend, behind. they have been engaged while they are in prison. >> that is why this is so bittersweet i miss her and i want her to come home. i also want sheen to come back and for them to be together. the news that they were engaged has been just an emotional roller coaster, up, down, day, day. engagement is happy and then it is tempered that the knowledge that they are still and silent a solitary confinement, to a victory or today. >> and her friends are so happy that her medical attention will be finally attended to. the parents are also very concerned about once on your breast, and cervical cells. >> and-lonump
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>> and mostly sunny skies through the entire bay area. temperatures are up from we saw, yesterday. quite a bit, inland with temperatures in the upper 60s. and about 10 degrees higher than yesterday with a 77 degrees in napa, 63 degrees in san francisco. and low-mid 70's in the south bay. this warming trend continues this weekend. as we go towards qamar, additional warming with five degrees higher. saturday, even warmer. degrees as the go into saturday and sunday we are going to see some cooler air into the bay area. that is when things are going to cool off. first, let me speak about that fog. up and down the coastline, the fog tracker early and also into the bay area and touching briefly inland valleys, livermore, pleasanton, and even a 6:00 a.m. later, that fog is really not going to move that much by 9:00
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a.m. it is still on the bay shore fan of course down the coastline and the fog will remain until tomorrow afternoon. temperatures are going to warm of several degrees by 80 degrees in santa rosa, 80 degrees in napa, inland, lotus mid '80s after a five degrees in antioch, and low-mid '80s, inland. the five degrees expected for antioch. and southern bay, los gatos, 84 degrees. and kron 4 7 day around the bay the warming to the weekend and a sunday will begin a cool down trend. monday, the week long storms to the north it will keep us cool and dense fog in place for bay area based >> craigslist could of given into productcritics, and the lat around the adult services section. kimberly? >> this classified section closed down, there replaced that with a black, censored bar.
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however, take today, that has bn removed. the spokesperson for craigslist is pretty tight lipped and not saying much of the removal of the plaque, censored or. and politicians, at that this be shut down. and hope fo facili prostitution and women for sex and prostitution. to read all about that, um what's on the web with kimberlee sakamoto. www.kron.com ♪ >> and it seems of the president has come out a new economic bepull policy every day this week perhaps it is the answer to find the problems of the economy before the mid-term elections. >> it is his favorite one minor to the economy. >> do we return to the failed policies that ran our economy into a ditch? or, to keep
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moving forward with policies that are slowly pulling us out? >> the problem with democrats is that the country is still in that ditch. harry reid, a tie for reelection, but acknowledged in a recent interview that he is also disappointed in the recovery. >> we've done okay but not enough. millions of jobs lost and was still a lot to go. >> with 3.5 millions of we of lost. >> the and the highest unemployment in nevada, and foreclosure rates perhaps the voters should not blame him. >> and white voters, with a given those credentials were short >> and i think--y---voter >> and just from his camp area, a homeless message. >> anything that the elected the vessels should do? >> if taken hear me? if you can
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help of the homeless. we really need the help. (sobbing) >> pfizer top. >> and i am mad! >> democrats, running for reelection, is running for your political life. and some of this political party are not just mad. >> i've had to say more before i had said yes. >> and other democrats are running against his agenda as republican and national agenda are and it's owned media. >> that is why i voted against a three trillion dollar budget. >> what the president is still saying he does not have all the answers. >> not everything we've done over the two years has worked as quickly. >> to present my to make as how the economy is cooling but helping to be different if republicans take back to fiord and fate of the tax cuts, and stimulus measures, the one the debate of weather the best idea is getting out of that. jim la
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costa, cnn. >> meanwhile, things are heating up for the california gov. and bill clinton debuted for the on with the start of a new television ad criticizing the record of fellow democrat, jerry brown. meg whitman using a 1992 footage primary debate. and clinton, jerry brown square off. and his tax record was " just wrong. and this is a nationreported that he is sayint that is a nasty jabs towards his reputation. >> and you can see track record know it is moving slow south towards the lower deck of the golden gate bridge. we will be
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budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our means; we have to return power and decision making to the local level-closer to the people and no new taxes without voter approval. jerry brown the knowledge and know-how to get california working again.
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>> taking a look at today's numbers on the stock market. the dow jones ended the day up 28
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points in the nasdaq was up seven points. meanwhile, an improvement for the americans for applying for jobless benefits. now, they're falling in a few sectors are actually hiring. >> some good news out of the job market, the files for unemployment lofourth-and-1 thousand filed, that is 20,000 less pure than the month before and better than recent readings. and topping the 8000 mark, and that is improvement. >> and a new report shows a fairly new jobs opening. according to the labor department, 3 million, ever sized 30 percent more than last year. that translates to 750,000 more jobs, and advertised for professionals, and architects, engineers, attorneys, education, health care, and patrick,
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transportation, utilities. however, keep this in mind, that is far below the normal 5 million job openings and do not always translate into actual jobs. in newark, >> v. among, toys r us is going to invade these shopping malls. offering 600 temporary express stores and shopping malls and shopping centers across the country. and with the hiring of 10,000 seasonal workers. and the bay area, more express stores will be in the great mall in milpitas, the shopping center in colorado, the village, the valley fair, and most of these will close in january. however, some to become permanent. another check the outside this thursday. this is the golden gate bridge, no fog. the traffic is moving well northbound, southbound at this hour. ♪ we will be right back
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